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Cancer: (scroll down the page to see articles below)
Heart Concerns: (scroll down the page to see articles below)
Hypertension: (scroll down the page to see articles below)
Diarrhea: (scroll down the page to see articles below)
Constipation: (scroll down the page to see articles below)
Inflammatory Bowel Disease: (scroll down the page to see articles below)
Urinary Problems: (scroll down the page to see articles below)
• Secondhand Smoke Causes Cancer in Cats - creators.com
• What is a sarcoma in cats? - PoC
• Growing number of pets diagnosed with cancer every year - NewsChannel5 - Nashville
• Beloved cat faces cancer diagnosis - Boston Herald
• UC lab identifies a genetic heart variant that leads to trouble for Maine Coon cats - Cincinnati UC News
• Tips for recognizing heart disease in pets - news wise
• A Better Way to Screen Cats for Heart Disease - TuftsNow
• Feline diarrhea: Let the diagnostic clues flow - dvm360
• Animal Doctor: Owner concerned about cat constipation - Tulsa World
• Integrative Pet Vet column: Cats and digestive disorders - Post Independent
• Cats get 2 types of bladder stones; one dissolves with diet, other needs surgery - Quad-City Times
• Despite litter box smell, there may be no problem - Quad-City Times
[Doug's Note: In this story the vet has ruled out urinary tract infection. I include the story here because sometimes we can learn from associated subjects.]
• Pet advice: Signs your cat has a urinary tract obstruction - The Islander
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